The Pit and the Passion

She held her gaze steady, mainly so she could delve deep, deep into those chocolate eyes. Together with his sharp, angular nose and intense, almost predatory, expression, he reminded her of a peregrine falcon on the hunt.

The Pit & the Passion

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Penhallow Train Incident Featured at Lydia Michaels with Giveaway

How does an Egyptian archaeologist end up dead on a train in the middle of Maine? Rachel Tinker and Griffin Tate aim to find out—if they can keep their minds off each other, that is...

I'm among several fantastic authors showcasing their stories at Lydia Michaels today:
http://lydiamichaelsbooks.com/giveaways-from-new-to-you-authors/



I'll be giving away a copy of the Penhallow Train Incident to one lucky entrant.

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